Danish Under 21 Individual Speedway Championship

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The Danish Under 21 Individual Speedway Championship is a competition for riders who are under the age of 21, holding a Danish passport and a valid DMU licence. The competition was first staged in 1960 and was won by Jorgen Hoffman. Although there was no competition in 1961, the event returned in 1962 and has been staged every year since. Kenneth Bjerre holds the record for most titles with four, while Nicklas Porsing [1] is the current holder having won in 2014.

Kenneth Bjerre Danish speedway rider

Kenneth Bjerre Jensen is a Danish international motorcycle speedway rider who races using the name Kenneth Bjerre. He rode in the UK for Peterborough Panthers and King's Lynn Stars in the Elite League.

Nicklas Andre Porsing is a Danish speedway rider who has raced in leagues in Denmark, Poland, Sweden, and the United Kingdom..

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Previous winners

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YearVenueWinnersRunner-up3rd place
1960 Hillerød Jørgen Hoffman
1961Not Held
1962 Hillerød Eigil Vergmann Erik Jensen Arne Andraesen
1963 Hillerød Prben Andraesen Svend Johansen Ove Petersen
1964 Hillerød Børge Fynbo Jan Holm Nielsen Henning Larsen
1965 Hillerød Ole Olsen Kurt Bogh Frank Larsen
1966 Hillerød Hans Johansen Per Ehlert Frank Larsen
1967 Hillerød Bent Nørgaard Jensen John Hansen Preben Pedersen
1968 Hillerød Preben Rosenhkilde Bjarne Nygaard Henning E. Hansen
1969 Hillerød Bent Larsen Flemming Larsen Frank Jahn
1970 Hillerød Niels Hansen Uffe Sorensen Gert Nielsen
1971 Hillerød Ervin Hansen J.E Krause Kjær Kurt Schelde
1972 Hillerød Ole Hermansen Leif Berlin Kristian Praestbro
1973 Hillerød Finn Thomsen Gunnar Svendsen Jørgen Walter
1974 Hillerød Michael Lohmann John Rosenkrantz Svend A. Gormsen
1975 Skovby Finn Jensen Knud Ellegard Niels E. Pedersen
1976 Hillerød Hans Nielsen Bo Petersen Frank Mastrup
1977 Vojens Erik Gundersen Steen Mastrup Arne Kruse
1978 Fredericia Tommy Knudsen Finn Lundahl Preben Eriksen
1979 Vojens Hans Klinge Lars Vinding Gunnar Hansen
1980 Randers John Eskilden Brian Jakobsen Ulf Schack
1981 Hillerød Sam Nikolajsen Jens Rasmussen Jan O. Pedersen
1982 Hillerød Erik Holm Frank Andersen John Jørgensen
1983 Fredericia Aksel Jepsen Knud E. Knudsen Henrik Ziegler
1984 Outrup Jan Jakobsen Allan Johansen Jan Jespersen
1985 Fjelsted Ole Hansen Brian Karger Lars Munkedal
1986 Slangerup Gert Handberg Hans Henrik Hansen Jess Frederiksen
1987 Ornedal Kenneth Arnfred Bjarne Jakobsen Mogens Hansen
1988 Outrup Jan Mikkelsen Bo Sørensen Bo Johnsen
1989 Holstebro John Jørgensen Brian Andersen Jacob Olsen
1990 Frederikslyst Bo Eriksen Peter Larsen Michael Dahl
1991 Holsted Kim Brandt René Madsen Morten Andersen
1992 Vojens Ronni Pedersen Thomas Ravn Allan Damgaard
1993 Herning Carsten Hansten Flemming Rasmussen Bent Rasmussen
1994 Esbjerg Klaus Rasmussen Jesper B. Monberg Anders Nielsen
1995 Holsted Charlie Gjedde Nicki Pedersen Jesper Steentoft
1996 Glumsø Hans N. Andersen Hans Knut Thomas B. Jensen
1997 Vojens Claus Kristensen Carsten Lauritsen Jack Gunderstrup
1998 Munkebo Ronnie Henningsen Thomas Poulsen Henning Bager
1999 Munkebo Mads Korneliussen
2000 Glumsø Kenneth Bjerre Kristian Lund Hans O. Jensen
2001 Holsted Sabrina Bogh Mads B. Pedersen Ulrich Østergaard
2002 Outrup Niels Kristian Iversen Kenneth Bjerre Henning Bager
2003 Kronjylland Kenneth Bjerre Niels Kristian Iversen Rune Knudsen
2004 Brovst Kenneth Bjerre Mads Korneliussen Morten Risager
2005 Holsted Kenneth Bjerre Morten Risager Patrick Norgaard
2006 Holstebro Nicolai Klindt Patrick Hougaard Klaus Jakobsen
2007 Munkebo Patrick Hougaard Morten Risager Kenneth Hansen
2008 Fjelsted Nicolai Klindt Patrick Hougaard René Bach
2009 Glumsø Patrick Hougaard Nicolai Klindt Kenni Larsen
2010 Slangerup René Bach Michael Jepsen Jensen Patrick Hougaard
2011 Grindsted Lasse Bjerre Mikkel Michelsen Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen
2012 Vojens Michael Jepsen Jensen Nicklas Porsing Mikkel Michelsen
2013 Randers Mikkel Michelsen Lasse Bjerre Michael Jepsen Jensen
2014 Silkeborg Nicklas Porsing Mikkel Bech Jensen Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen

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See also

The Danish Speedway League is the top division of motorcycle speedway in Denmark.

Individual Speedway Danish Championship is competition for riders holding a Danish passport and a valid DMU licence. Riders must submit their entries at least four weeks before the first meeting of the competition.